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Carol Ward

About Carol Ward

Carol Ward is married to Andy. Together, they have three children, two grandchildren, and a dog called Jack. Carol is the Parish Fundraising Manager and has a wealth of experience across many sectors for parishes to call on.

Lent Appeal, Bishop Sarah meets volunteers who tackle Modern Day Slavery
Carol Ward / 6 March 2019

Modern Day Slavery – Hidden in Plain Sight

The 2019 Lent Appeal on tackling Modern Day Slavery. See this short film featuring Bishop Sarah meeting volunteers from our partner charities.

Something not right? Modern Day Slavery is everywhere.
Carol Ward / 25 February 2019

Modern Day Slavery – Lent Appeal 2019

The 2019 Lent Appeal will be on Modern Day Slavery, and how parish churches can help tackle it.

Fundraising Workshop
Carol Ward / 28 January 2019

Parish Fundraising Workshop

We know that the financial situation of each parish differs, as do its needs.  The ability to raise funds to meet those needs … Read more

Bishop Pete, who launched the appeal, joined homeless guests at the Hanway Hall last November
Carol Ward / 27 September 2018

Homelessness appeal raises nearly £105,000

The winter homelessness appeal Tackling Homelessness Together raised nearly £105,000

Fundraising concepts for any church
Carol Ward / 27 September 2018

Parish Fundraising Workshops across the Diocese

Carol Ward from the Fundraising team discusses the updated Parish Fundraising Workshops across the Diocese.

Carol Ward / 27 November 2017

Tackling Homelessness Together

Carol Ward reports on the launch of our appeal to tackle homelessness together that launches on 27 November and runs until Easter 2018.

A fundraising cake sale?
Carol Ward / 27 June 2017

It’s summer time …

Carol Ward from the Parish Fundraising Team discusses parish fundraising across the summer holidays time.

Crosses in a giving basket
Carol Ward / 11 May 2017

One year on – parish fundraising in London

Carol Ward writes about more handy tips about Parish Fundraising, one year on from her appointment.

Maronite Archbishop Joseph Tobji of Aleppo in bombed Maronite Cathedral, Old City, Aleppo, Syria
Carol Ward / 20 April 2017

Lent Appeal 2016 – raising £164,000 for persecuted Christians

Carol Ward gives an update on the 2016 Lent Appeal which raised £164,000 for persecuted Christians in the Middle East.

Crowd funding
Carol Ward / 28 March 2017

Crowdfunding and other fundraising opportunities

Parish Fundraising Manager, Carol Ward, discusses crowdfunding and other ways to raise gain fundraising knowledge.

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